Landmark's Fyffe is SBA's 2018 National Small Business Person of the Year

Landmark's Fyffe is SBA's 2018 National Small Business Person of the Year

Rebecca Fyffe, owner of Landmark Pest Management, Schaumburg, Ill., was recognized by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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WASHINGTON – Linda McMahon, administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration recognized and awarded this year’s Small Business Person of the Year at a ceremony and reception at the United States Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C.

“It is my pleasure to announce that Rebecca Fyffe, the owner and director of research of Landmark Pest Management from Schaumburg, Illinois is this year’s national Small Business Person of the Year,” McMahon said. “Rebecca took over a struggling business in 2001 when she was 25 years old; one of only a few women in the industry and the youngest pest control company CEO in the country.  Since then, her company has prospered under her leadership, growing from 18 to 70 full-time employees with substantial revenue growth.”  

Landmark Pest Management is located in the Chicago metropolitan area. The company furnishes innovative residential, commercial and municipal pest management services. Landmark’s approach to pest control is science-based, featuring the most up-to-date methods, many of which were developed by the company through field trials and proprietary innovations. This year Landmark is expanding service to neighboring areas in Michigan, Indiana and Missouri along with exploring expansion opportunities in California and New York.

“Rebecca has built an exemplary pest control firm and is so deserving of this award.  She has been an inspirational leader in STEM, embracing science and technology to innovate in her field and beyond,” McMahon said. “I’m so pleased that Rebecca has benefited from the services we provide through the SBA.  Through the knowledge she acquired from an SBA-backed Women’s Development Center, she applied for and was approved for an SBA-backed 7(a) loan that provided the capital she needed to expand her business.” 

McMahon personally recognized and awarded all the state and territorial winners and commended all of them for their hard work, innovative ideas and dedication to their employees and community have helped each of them build very successful businesses.  
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